Ahna Capri: All Deatils You Want to Know About Her


Anna Marie Nanasi, better known as Ahna Capri, was an American film and television actress.

A former child actress who went on to become a famous starlet in the 1970s died on August 19 at the age of 65 in Los Angeles due to injuries sustained from a car accident. 

She was well-known for portraying Tania, the secretary of the villain Han in the Bruce Lee-starrer “Enter The Dragon,” which became a global hit in 1974.

She started her career at 11 with appearances on American TV shows such as “The Danny Thomas Show” and “Father Knows Best.” 

Facts About Ahna Capri

Full Name

Anna Marie Nanasi

Date of Birth

6th July 1944


Died at 66 years in 2010

Date of Death

19th August 2010

Died Place

Los Angeles, California, USA





Relationship Status



5 Feet and 6 Inches


139lbs or 63 kg

Body Measurements

39-27-38 inches or (99-69-97 cm)

Net Worth

$6 Million

Ahna Capri Professional LifeEarly Life and Education

This American actress was birth in Budapest within the year 1944 on 6th July. Later her family shifted to America in 1950 as refugees.

Her younger brother, Louis, who used the stage name Peter Robbins, was the voice of Charlie Brown in the Peanuts animated specials.

She did many roles in the series like Adventure of the Rin Tin Tin, Father Knowns the simplest, and the Danny Thomas Show. With Western Out law’s son, Capri commenced her film career. 

Professional Life

Capri’s remarkable career started at a young age, as she appeared in popular TV series such as Father Knows Best, The Danny Thomas Show, and Leave It To Beaver, among others.

She made her film debut at just thirteen in Outlaw’s Son and went on to appear in numerous films and TV shows, showcasing her versatility as an actress.

Her impressive list of credits includes roles in Maverick, The Wild Wild West, Baretta, Mannix, and Kojak, to name a few. 

In 1971, Capri played Linda Perry in two episodes of A.B.C.’s crime drama Dan August, starring Burt Reynolds. She also starred in Payday, where she played alongside Rip Torn. 

Her talent and hard work were evident as she continued to land recurring roles in various TV series, like The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show and Room for One More.

She also appeared on Wanted: Dead or Alive, Trackdown, and Twelve O’Clock High, to name a few. 

Capri’s dedication to her craft was evident throughout her career as she took on various roles and used different spellings for her name.

In the 1970s, she changed her name to Ahna Capri to reflect the correct pronunciation of her first name. Her contributions to the entertainment industry will always be remembered and celebrated.Ahna Capri Dead


Capri met a deadly accident in 2010. And after fighting with death for 11 days in a coma, she gave abreast of 19th August.

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